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  • Chem Sci Trans., 2016, 5(4),  pp 1019-1025  

    DOI:10.7598/cst2016.1279

    Research Article

    Studies on Methacrylic Acid Modified Poly(ester amide) Derived from Phthalic Acid and Fatty Amide Diol of Melia Azedarch Seed Oil

  • SAGEER AHAMAD, S. A. AHMAD and A. HASNAT*
  • Natural Product and Polymer Research Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, G.F. College (M.J.P. Rohilkhand University), Shahjahanpur, U.P. India
  • Abstract

    The present work designed to utilize Melia azedarach seed oil (MASO), a renewable resource in the synthesis of methacrylic acid modified poly(ester amide) resins (MAMAPEA). The poly(ester amide) (MAPEA) was synthesized by the polycondensation reaction between fatty amide diol of MASO obtained by the aminolysis with diethanol amine and phthalic acid. The MAPEA reacted with methacrylic acid in different per hundred of resin (phr) to obtain MAMAPEA polymeric resins. The polymeric resins were characterized by measuring the physicochemical properties and spectral analyses. The Physicomechanical and corrosion/chemical resistance performances of the MAMAPEA containing different phr of methacrylic acid evaluated to find out the optimum amount of methacrylic acid. It has been observed that MAMAPEA-20 contain 20 phr of methacrylic acid shows the best performance among different MAMAPEA polymeric resins.

    Keywords

    Melia azedarach seed oil, Methacrylic acid, Poly(ester amide), Coating materials

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